Drug Dealer Looks For New Shipping Method, Sends 425 Pounds Of Weed In Piñatas

Drug Dealer Looks For New Shipping Method, Sends 425 Pounds Of Weed In Piñatas
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24-year-old Juan Marcelo Armstrong from Tucson, Arizona was caught smuggling weed pinatas with 425 lbs. of marijuana across the Mexican border.

How did you he try to get all that bud into the U.S.? He stuffed all 425 lbs. into piñatas.

Very creative attempt, but unfortunately authorities were not fooled Armstrong says he was paid $3,000 to smuggle in the weed.

He is now facing charges of possession and intent to distribute. Because of the amount in question, he is likely to be spending a good deal of time behind bars.

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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A young writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur, Paul Hudson (@MrPaulHudson) has been writing for Elite Daily nearly since the start. Currently located in Manhattan, Paul Hudson primarily devotes his time between writing for Elite Daily and a mining startup in Turkey. He loves sharing his life experiences with his readers and makes sure to practice what he preaches.

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